Ripley’s Believe It or Not - Orlando, FL Many oddities on display, including shrunken human heads, rare animal skeletons, amazing exhibits, unusual art, unbelievable and genuine artifacts

Ripleys Believe it or Not Orlando

Ripley’s Believe It or Not – Orlando, FL

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Ripley’s Believe it or Not Orlando Museum has many oddities on display, including shrunken human heads, rare animal skeletons, amazing exhibits, unusual art, unbelievable and genuine artifacts from around the globe. Ripley’s Believe It or Not is home to weird class family fun and it is located just steps off of International Drive in Orlando, FL.

The amazing 10,000 square foot “Odditorium” actually looks like it’s falling into a Florida sinkhole.

The interactive exhibits are fascinating and outrageous. In the Odditorium you can explore an unbelievable variety of artifacts and displays in 16 unique galleries that pay tribute to the odd and strange from across the globe.

Marvel at their collection of weird and unusual relics and rare treasures. The Odditorium is a self-guided, self-paced tour that allows guests to fully enjoy Orlando’s most bizarre attraction.

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Odditorium Exhibits

The Orlando Odditorium showcases hundreds of unbelievable exhibits including:

Ripley’s Legendary Fertility Statues

Ripleys Fertiity Statues Orlando

An actual human shrunken head

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A portrait of singer Beyonce made entirely from candy

Beyonce Candy Art at Ripley’s Believe It or Not museum in Orlando, FL

 

A tribute to Robert Wadlow, the World’s tallest man

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Amazing wax figures, including Lizard Man

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Animal oddities, including a two-headed calf and Siamese piglet

Two Headed Piglet at Ripley's

Additional Odditorium Exhibits

A 10-foot section of the Berlin Wall
Interactive Illusions and shooting gallery

A musical Pico de Gallo “Party on Wheels” car
Unusual artwork, featuring The Last Supper recreated in dryer lint, Mona Lisa made of burnt toast.

A “Wall-E” robot replica made from car parts
A 25-foot high mural of Jimi Hendrix made from more than 8,500 playing cards
A very rare fossil of a T-Rex foot and lower leg
A Peel Trident car (the smallest production car in the world)

Multiple miniatures that visitors can view through a magnifying glass
A stuffed Alligator Gar that measures more than 8 feet long
A balloon-powered chair that flew over the Rocky Mountains
A dog sculpture made entirely of clothes pins

A new shooting gallery for visitors to take aim and fire at different odd targets
Exciting dinosaur exhibits, with dinosaur skull and authenticated dinosaur eggs

New optical illusions, word puzzles and brain teasers

Be ready to be amazed by all of the strange exhibits!